Murphy’s Law #15

This blog got delayed due to technical issues… OnThursday, March 2 there was a hearing for SB2047. This bill came...

Murphy’s Law #14

On Wednesday, the Legislature reconvened and I listened to a couple of Senate Finance and Tax bills that potentially could...

Murphy’s Law #13

On Tuesday morning the House passed the Public Service Commission (PSC) elevator bill as amended without any dissent. As passed,...

Murphy’s Law #12

Back from the break that I had arranged before I took this job, I have spent the day catching up...

Murphy’s Law#11

Just when I thought this legislative session had reached a fevered pitch, it dawned on me that was not the...

Murphy’s Law #10

Eight hundred nine pieces of legislation were “dropped in the hopper” or introduced this month. Other than a possible Delayed...

Murphy’s Law #9

A lot going on that has effect on producers these past two days. Yesterday in the Senate Ag Committee were...

Murphy’s Law #8

Today was a big step in reduction of property taxes for ND. This bill, SB2206, is the culmination of an...

Murphy’s Law #7

It’s been kind of a long week and its Tuesday. This is nearly the end of new bills dropping as...

Murphy’s Law #6

Yesterday, the House Ag Committee heard testimony on the Public Service Commission elevator bill (HB1126). I had to be hopping...

Murphy’s Law #5

Today the joint Ag committees (both House and Senate) meet and listen all morning to ND Agricultural Experiment Station and...

Murphys’ Law #4

Just now an official from the Bank of ND asked me what issues the Soybean Growers are following – I...